Al apoyar su campaña de kickstarter y al compartirla con tus amigos, puedes formar parte del equipo Vega Coffee y ayudar a conectar a los agricultores a un nuevo futuro. Continue reading

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In supporting the Terenzi’s kickstarter campaign, and sharing it with your friends, you can join the team Vega Coffee and help connect farmers in Nicaragua to a new future. Continue reading

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We’re leading an Innovation Excellence Research study to evaluate whether and how employee engagement increases the efficiency of innovation programs. The research aim is to answer three key questions… Continue reading

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The late, great Peter Drucker said “Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast”. Of his many insights, this might be the most important for Innovation. Continue reading

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You Are What You Innovate

In many philosophical circles, the mantra behind much of the belief system is that you are what you (think, eat, do, believe). In dietary circles, you are what you eat. Is it also the case that you “are what you innovate” or is it often the other way round? I think in many cases we actually “innovate what we already are”. Continue reading

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The Greatest Idea Campaign Ever Run

Since joining the industry in 2001, I’ve seen a lot of really good idea campaigns. Many have produced breakthrough ideas, from the most unlikely of sources. But I’ve never seen a campaign which changed the course of history. Continue reading

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Building a Next Generation Organisation means embracing Adaptability

One of the more thought provoking statistics to emerge from the 2014 UK Budget speech was that “later this year the OBR expects Britain to reach the point when our economy is finally larger than before it collapsed six years ago.” That’s great news for the future but what a six years it has been! Whilst some companies have managed to weather the storm in one fashion or another, many household names have been swept away. Continue reading

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